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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, EASTERN SHORE 
PRINCESS ANNE, MARYLAND 




^mater, the members of the; staff of, THE HAWK 
present their record of the whoiesome experience of 
the stiidents,and. faculty who, in 1972,, sought, arid 
; found that atXJMES to ask was to have, to seek- 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedication j^6 

Life ut Maryland 5 

Clubs and Organizations 22 

Administration 40 

Faculty and Staff 48 

Sports 88 

Fall 90 

Winter 100 

Spring 105 

Memoriam 108 

Classes 1 10 

Freshman ill 

Sophomore 119 

Junior 127 

Senior 135 

Senior Directory 154 




DEDICATION 

VE DEDICATE THIS PORTION OF THE YEARBOOK TO 
MRS. INA Q. STEELE 



To a lady whose inward beauty shines forth in 
warmtri and grace; 

To a gentle woman of sincerity, sympathy and 
humor; 

To a servant of the University of Maryland, 
Eastern Shore 

Who has never worked to serve her private goals, 

Who has ever been faithful in action and clear 
in honor; 



To a friend whose love for the University and its 
students has been exemplified in years 

Of selfless devotion to our common welfare, a 
friend who has never refused a request for 

Help and, time after time, has gone beyond duty's 
call in service to all; 

To a real lady and friend, we dedicate this issue 
of THE HAWK to 

Mrs. Ina Q. Steel 



LIFE AT MARYLAND 





WELCOME TO THE 




HAWK FAMILY 



They say students never think much 
. . . but who are they anyway? 
How do they really know? I say 
they're wrong ... I think . . . 
most of my friends seem to ... I 
must admit I didn't much before, 
but now that I'm getting older I 
find myself thinking quite a bit. I 
look at things in a different light 
now. Somehow I seem to have 
found depth that I never before 
realized. For instance, now, I'M 
ACTUALLY THINKING 
ABOUT THINKING . . . 




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Miss BASEBALL 



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Miss HAWK 



Miss BASKETBALL 



Miss FOOTBALL 



FROM THE LAND OF THE HAWK 



Miss UMES 



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AI PHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC 



Front Row: 
Carol Smith 
Mary Leatherhurs 
Deiores Cook 
Karl Cawthorne 
Darol Ambush 
Maxine Clark 
Liz Smith 
Back Row: 
Leslie Johnson 
Geraldine Waters 
Linda Tyler 
Diane Simmons 
Veronica Gerald 




Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the first Gr& 
University, Washington, D.C., on Janua. 
and ethical standards, improve the sclcia 
alive within the alumnae and interest 
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororit 




am ong black college women, was founded at Howard 

s^to cultivate and encourage high scholastic 

ship among college women, and to keep 

vem^myemonating therefrom. The Alpha Omicron 

in 1951. 



Front Row: 
Joanne Johnson 
Naomi Chambers 
Joanne Brocket! 
Deborah Church 
Jefnfer Deshields 
Back Row: 
Brenda Hughey 
Diane Johnson 
Mary Vereen 
Shirley Griffin 
Joyce Carter 
Caroline Alexander 
Raymond Showell 
Thomas Samuel 
Randolph Smith 
(Sweethearts) 




ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 
DELTA NU CHAPTER 




LcH to Right: 
Harry Wimbush 
Charles Smith 
Joseph Thomas 
Carl Bryant 
Sylvia Waters— Queen 
Walter Brock 
Allen Shouell 
Raymond Shouell 
William Bro\\n 
Kneeling: 

Charlotte Acre — court 
Donald Smith and 
Carol Jackson — court 









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The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. was 
founded December 4, 1906 at Cornell Universit- 
y. Ithaca, New York, it was founded and based 
on the principles of many deeds, scholarship and 
love of all mankind. The fraternity has expanded 




to include over 246 undergraduate chapters, 
both in the U.S. and overseas. We, the brothers 
of Alpha, will strive to uphold our motto "first 
of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all." 




Left to Right: 
Norris Connelly 
Granville Chew 
Linda Collier — Swt 
Ernie Neild 
James Thomas 
Sherman Lambert 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 




Bottom — left to right: Gene Taylor, Larry Gregory, Edsel Swann. Middle 
Row: Demetrius Bond, Larry Penn, Roslyn Norwood, Terry Day, Alfred Law. 



Top Row: Evans Kemp, Nathaniel Poon, Leelan Jefferson, David Pitts, and 
Cornell Taylor. 











Miss Alpha Phi Omega 
Miss Cathy Waters 



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GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA SORORITY 



BoUom RigiiL Omicrons — Fran- 
cine Jones, Charlotte Potter, 
A I f r e d a K i m b r o w , T e r r > 
Farrington. Elvira Barnes, Flemina 
Johnson and Sharon Docl<ins- 





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Miss Delta Sigma Theta 



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Sorors of Delta Mu — Top Row: Diane 
Lane, Wanda Taylor, Jackie Gill, Joyce 
Jones, Sandra McClain, Darlene Cornish. 
Bottom Row: Evelyn Duckery, Sylvia 
Markham and Luella Hull. 



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pyramid Pledge Club ol Delta Sigm i Thet i Sorontv Ini. 

Pyramids: Gloria Sampson, Debra Barbara, Vanessa Sanders, Wilhemena Wedge and 

Karolyn Anderson. 





ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY 



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority had its beginning at Howard 
University, January 16, 1920. Members of the Phi Beta 
Sigma Fraternity are Robers and Samual Taylor, spoke 
to a young lady, Arizona Cleaver, concerning the 
establishment of a sister organization and asked her if 
she would endeavor to establish such an organization at 
the University. The young lady willingly accepted the 
task and immediately began to work on it. The Eta Beta 
Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded at the 
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore in 1952. 

Sorors of Eta Beta Chapter are: Glayds Corbin and 
Elnora Evans. Sweethearts are (left to right) George 
Stewart and Donald Whittington (ABOVE). Below, 
bottom left, Archonian Pledge Club of Zeta Phi Beta. 
Members are Brenda Milbourne and Cheryl Taylor. 




KAPPA ALPHA PSI 




Gamma Xi— McKinley Ha>es, Anthony Giddens, James Boaz. Larry 
Slaughter. Russell Hayward, Orlando McElroy, Conrad Smith. Arthur 
Jenkins. Randolph Smith, Michael Hoy, Carl Cawthorne, and Willard 
McCullough. Missing: Ricardo Queen and Dwight Mack. 



Scrollers of Gamma Xi — Standing: Henry Lewis, Andrew Hay, Wendell 
Robbins, Linda Tyler — Queen, Evans Kemp, William "'Billy" Roberts and 
Arron Walker. Kneeling: Ronald Phillips, Vincent Purnell, James Gainer and 
Reynard Pitts. 




Kappa Court — Sitting: Gayle Gravely, and Teresa Foster Queen. Standing; 
Lillian Giddens, Gloria Sampson, Carol Gwen, Hazel Fulford and Delora 

Shedrlc. 



TAU ALPHA 
UPSILON 




fce Frdiernitv — Standing Warren tdwards Lannie Sc\niore tdwin Turntr JtroniL 
Pyrone Harrison. Kneeling Deborah hobler Bulth Mallhews Reggie harrare Shewood Pindei BeverU lories.^ 
Tyrone Conwaj, Thoma') Sultom and Edmond Carringion 




OMEGA PSI PHI 




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Brothers of Pi Epsilion are (Left to Right): Harry "Bucky" Taylor — Keeper of Records, Patrick Watkins. Thomas Nock, — Dean of 
Pledgees. Wayne Whye — Keeper of Peace, Miss Velma Layton — Sweetheart, James Coates — Basilieus, Joseph Commander— Vice 
Basilieus, Russell "Chop" Bailey, Marlin Perkins — Keeper of Finance. Missing: Lonnie Russell, Quinlin Jones, and Beverly Miles. 




THE QUEEN OF THE PI EPSILON CHAPTER OF OMEGA PSI 
PHI FRATERNITY, INC. is the pretty, vivacious. Miss Velma 
Layton, a sophomore. Business Education major from Cambridge, 
Maryland, Velma pos.sesses the charm, personality and sinccnl\ that 
makes her the Brothers choice for Miss AY<) 1971-72. 



THE 1972 
HAJIVALE STAFF 



The UMES "Hawk" \earbook is an intricaie pan of the 
University. We have "tried hard" and "strived long" to make the 
"Hawk" a success. There is always room for improvements in a 
yearbook, such is life. With that we leave you with the quote: "if 
life had a second edition, how would I correct the proofs." 

"Photo Shy"— Sister Mary Ann Holland— Layout & Typist, 
Sister Gwendolyn Parker— Layout & Typist, Sister Velma 
Layton— Layout & Typist and Sister Glorida Baily— Typist. 
Advisor — Sister Dorothy Waters. 




Sister Nancy Allen— Senior Class Editor 
Sister Leslie Johnson— Sports Editor 



Sister Ernestine Hawkins — Assistant tdilor 
brother Alphonso Hawkins— Assistant Sports Editor 



Sister Diane Lane— Chief Layout Editor 
Sister Rose Hodge— Freshman Class Editor 





PHI BETA LAMBDA 

Left to Right: Darlene Cornish, Harry Wimbush, Carl Fields. Alphonso Hawkins, Martin Dixon, Gladys Corbin, Jay Johnson, and 
Donald Whiltinglon. 




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, Flemena Johnson, Virgie Eaddy. Standing: Carolyn Alex in.k i s\ I m Mm kham. Donald 
-lid, Joseph Thomas, Steve Jones, Viola Woolford, Yvonne C niton .ind Herman Fontaine. 



U.M.E.S. STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




First Row: Granville Chew, Delores Cook, Maxine Simms, Earnestine Johnson, Donald Wesley, Ketrina Reid, h I ' n \'' nica Gerald. 

Hawkins, Harry Wimbush, Steve Jones. Standing: Diane Lane, Joanne Elizabeth Smith, Rosa Hodge and Nancy Allen. 



HONOR SOCIETY 




Harry Wimbush, Carol Amhush, Issac Hayward. Edwin Turner, Lannie Seymore, Diane Lane, William Johnson, 
Samuel Hutchins, Luella Hull. 



BLOCK "M" CLUB 




Bottom: Thomas Owens, Edmond Carrington, Wayne Whje, Gregory 
Anderson. Second Row: Charles Carrington, Alphonso Hawkins, 
EIrod Hendrix, John Borden, Michael Royale, Billy Bland. Third Row. 
Donald Wesley, Ricky Cason, James Johnson, Thealris Childress, 



kenneth Shell, James Sanders, Charles Reamon, Earnest Lee. Top 
Row Izell McKin.sey, Melvin Cusack, Stanley Perry, Jerome Boston, 
Conrad Spence and Wayne Cropper. 



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Standing: Viola 
Woolford, Diane Lane, 
Shirley Wittington, 
Louise Bratten, Luella 
Hull. Seated: Bessie 
Taylor, Ida Fitchett, 
Mrs. H. Dennis, Dottie 
Deshields. 




WOMEN'S 
COUNCIL 



Standing: Mary Holland, Rosa Hodge, Diane Lane, 
Kelrina Reid, Veronica Gerald, Nancy Alien. 
Kneeling: Delores Cook, Elizabeth Smith, Carol 
Jackson and Jennifer Deshields. 



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MEN'S 

SENATE 



Seated: Donald Smith, Tyrone Harrison, Jerome 
Ennals, Sherwood Pinder, Charles Carrington. 
Middle: Allen Showell, Fred Bailey. Charles 
Smith, Edmond Carrington, Rick White, John 
Borden. Standing: Donald Wesley. Richard 
Wilkins, Carl Bryant, Joseph Thomas, Jay John- 
son, Logan Martin, Andrew Hay and Steve Jones. 




PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




Standing Michael Hoy, Maxine Clark, Gladys Corbin, Carol Smith, Elenora 
Evans, Joseph Thomas, Harry Wimbush, William Brown, James Boaz, 



Thomas Nock Seated "Bucky" Taylor. Darlene Cornish, James Coates, 
S\lMa Markham 



Standing: Dan Miller. Roslyn Norwood, Jack 
Ridgely, Mary Corbin, Jay Johnson, Rosa 
Hodge, John Borden. Kneeling: Erdine Barley 
and Rick White. 




BLACK AWARENESS MOVEMENT 



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Standing: James Lackey. Donald Wiitinglon. John Jones. Arron Walker. Linda Tyler. Andrew Hay. 
Thomas Owens. Shirley Perry. Lloyd Mitten. Dana Jones. Kneeling: John Alexander. Randolph Smith, 
Raymond Showell. Agnes Bland, Patrick Henry. Maurice Pinder, Gregory Hitch. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB 




Bottom Row: Donald Wesley, Elizabeth Smith, George Stewart, Carol 
Jackson, James Coates, Anthony Giddens. Second Row: Lawrence 
Pinder. Bonnie Bowman, Charles Boston, McKinley Hayes, Edsel 



Swann, Rick Cason, Chris Buckley. Top Row: Cedric Roane, Patricia 
Sessions, Ike Fontaine, Yvonne Goodin, Joseph Commander, Conrad 
Spence and James Sanders. 




Emmanuel Acquah 




Mary Leatherbury 



Lannie Seymour 





Carol Ambush 




Weldon Milbourne 






Isaac Ha\uard 




Richard Roman 
Edwin Turner 







Valerie Ward 



Harry Wimbush 



Viola Woolford 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 





MARVIN MANDEL 

GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




THE BOARD OF REGENTS 



Seated, left to right: B. Herbert Brown. Secretary; Richard W. Case. Vice 
Chairman; Dr. Louis L. Kaplan. Chairman; Harry H. Nuttle. Treasurer. Stan- 
ding: F. Grove Miller. Jr.. Assistant Treasurer; George C. Fry; Emerson C. 
Walden, M.D.; Mrs. Michael J. Deegan, Jr.; Mrs. Alice H. Morgan. Assistant 
Secretary; Samuel H. Hoover. D.D.S.; L. Mercer Smith; Edward V. Hurley; 
Hugh A. McMullen. and President of the University and Chief Executive Of- 
ficer. Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, 



PRESIDENT OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 




DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 





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DR. ARCHIE L. BUFFKINS 
CHANCELLOR 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, 
EASTERN SHORE 



MR. JOEL C. MACK 

DIRECTOR OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

AFFAIRS 




DR. JOSEPH G. WUTOH 

ACTING VICE-CHANCELLOR 

FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 




MR. JESSE H. ROSENBLUM 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT 

TO THE CHANCELLOR 





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MISS KRISTEN PEARCE 

HUMAN RELATIONS 

OFFICER 




MR. ROBERT E. DOWERY 
DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS 




MR. HERBERT F. OLSEN 

DIRECTOR OF 

DEVELOPMENT AND 

ALUMNI AFFAIRS 




DR. GERALD W. JOHNSON 

CHAIRMAN 

DIVISION OF 

LIBERAL STUDIES 



DR. SHEKHAR S. KAUP 

CHAIRMAN 

DIVISION OF 

PROFESSIONAL 

STUDIES 





MR. MARK A. SCHULMAN 

CHAIRMAN 

DIVISION OF 
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES 



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MR. CEPHAS D. HUGHES 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS 

REGISTRATION, 

FINANCIAL AID 



MR. RAYMOND A. ROBILLARD 
BUSINESS MANAGER 





MR. OBIE L. MASINGALE 

USDA 

LIAISON OFFICER 




MR. JASON GRANT 
LIBRARIAN 



MR. RALEIGH L. BOWEN 

DIRECTOR OR 

FOOD SERVICES 




EARL RICHARDSON 
DIRECTOR OF 
DEVELOPMENT 

R. ROBERT J. ESTES 

DIRECTOR OF 
PHYSICAL PLANT 





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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FAILURE AND 
SUCCESS IS DOING A THING NEARLY RIGHT AND 
DOING IT EXACTLY RIGHT 




THE 
DEPARTMENT 

OF 
AGRICULTURE 



Dr. Harrell Smith 

Professor and Head, Department of Agriculture 





Mr. John V. Strickland 
Associate Professor Poultry 




Dr. Claud C Marion 

Professor — Agricultural Education 




Major Robert Gt-m 111, USAF 
Head, Department of Aerospace 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

AEROSPACE 

STUDIES 











Capt. A. Scheuermann 
Asst. Prof— AFROTC 



Technical Sergeant Joseph Britten, USAF 
T/SGT, AFROTC 





Captain Cleveland Simpson, bSAF 
Assistant Professor of Aerospace 



Staff Sergeant Ronald Irvin 
S/SGT, AFROTC 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

BUSINESS 

AND 

ECONOMICS 





Mrs. Betty E. J. Miles 
Lecturer — Business (Accounting) 



Mrs. Patricia Gest 
Lecturer — Business 




DEPARTMENT 

OF 

ENGLISH 

AND 

LANGUAGES 



Mr. Remo Ferrante 

Acting Head, Department of English and Languages 





Mrs. Mary F. Burks 
Assistant Professor, English 




Dr. Edward J. James 
Professor — English 



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Mr. James A. Polk 
Asst. Professor — English 



Dr Erica A I eh 

Assistant Professor German 



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Mrs. Dawn E. Rebach 

Lecturer, English and Language (Speech) 



Mr. Walter L. Jones 
Instructor, English 




DEPARTMENT 

OF 

HOME ECONOMICS 




DEPARTMENT 

OF 

MUSIC 





Dr. Gerald W. Johnson 

Professor and Head. Department of Music 



Mrs. Mary S. Morris (Left) 
Instructor. Music 



Mr. Jonah Elhs 
Instructor. Music 



Miss Alma Gregg 

Assistant Professor, Music (On Leave) 





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DEPARTMENT 

OF 

MECHANIC 

ARTS 





John J. Donlan (Above) 

Asst. Professor — Mechanic Arts 



Theodore Briggs (Below) 

Associate Professor — Mechanic Arts 




James Sulhv in 
Instructor — Mi^h inii. \r 




DEPARTMENT 



PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 





Dr Howjrd DaMs 

Head, Department of Health and Ph\sical Education 



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Mrs. Lois Smith 

Instructor, Physical Education 




Mr. Willie S. Smith 

Assistant Professor, Health and Physical Education 




Mr. Harold C. Gray 
Instructor, Physical Education 



Mr. Clifton Anderson 

Assistant Professor — Physical Education 




Dr. William A. Lynk 

Head, Department of Natural Science and Mathematics 




DEPARTMENT 

OF 

NATURAL SCIENCE 

AND 

MATHEMATICS 



Mrs. Juliana Dowell 

Assistant Professor — Mathematics 




Mr. Vernon E. McCain 
Assistant Professor, Mathematics 



Mr. Adnan M. Haider 
Assistant Professor, Mathematics 





Dr. Joseph G. Wutoh 
Assistant Professor Biology 



Miss Ethel K. Ensey 
Instructor Biology 




Dr, Gurbax Singh 
Assistant Professor — Physics 




William O Hull 
Assistant Professor — Ph\si 



Fo\i.t. Thompson 
Instrui-lor — Mathematics 



Robert Johnson 
Instructor Social Science 





DEPARTMENT 

OF 

SOCIAL 

SCIENCE 




Dr. John E. McGuigan 

Head, Department of Social Sciences 



Dr. George W. Starling 

Associate Professor, Social Sciences 




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Mr. Curtis Creager 
Instructor, History 



Mr. Mark Schulman 
Instructor, Social Sciences 




Dr. William M. Pender 
Director of Teacher-Training 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 
EDUCATION 




Mrs. Helen C. Gleason 
Teacher Education Coordinator 



Mrs. Mary J. Warren 
Instructor — Education 



THIRTEEN (13) 
COLLEGE 

CURRICULUM 
PROGRAM 



The most frequent asked question by faculty and students is 
"What is the 13-College Curriculum Program?" The answer to 
the question, speaking generally, is quite simple; however, 
speaking specifically, it can be somewhat difficult. The 13- 
College Curriculum Program is a creative approach to the 
teaching and learning processes with a focus on stimulating 
through and provoking innovations in the general education 
course offerings." 




Dr. William P Hytche 

Director — Thirteen College Curriculum Program 




Mr. Frederick C. Ray 

Counselor — 13 College Curriculum Program 



Mrs. Sandra H. Harris 
Secretary I 



LIBRARY 
STAFF 




BUSINESS 

OFFICE 

STAFF 



RAYMOND ROBILLARD 
BUSINESS MANAGER 




G. Annette Mann 



William Buchanan 




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DINING HALL 
STAFF 



RALEIGH L. BOWEN 
FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR 

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G. King 


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Benjamin Black 







Lillie M. Wilson 



JUNE RHODES 
DIETITIAN 

Lena B. Anderson 




STUDENT 

UNION 
STAFF 



JOHN DORSEY 
ASST. MGR. 

— Student Union 




HONISS CANE 

SERVICE 
SUPERVISOR 





Bryce Adams 




OFFICE OF 

ADMISSIONS AND 

FINANCIAL AID 

STAFF 



Cephas D. Hughes 



Marv Harman 




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Sheran Barklev 



CLASSIFIED WORKERS 



Ellen Beauchamp 





William Dennis 



Helen Dennis 



Ella P. Doane 




Ruth Gordner 
Anna Howard 




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Pauline Hasward 






Anna Holland 





Paul Shuford 
Francine Smith 



Martha Smith 



Laura Sterling 




Norman Tilghman 




Dorolhv Waters 





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IS DEDICATED TO 



DR. WILLIAM M. PENDER 

HEAD 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 



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First, Sitting, left to right: William Hemby, James Smallwood, John Borden, 
Rick Cason, Richard Wilkins, James Strong. Benn Simpson, Donald Wesley, 
Thomas Owens, Conrad Spence, James Sanders, Wayne Cropper. Second, 
Kneeling: Selven Watts, James Williams, Melvin Miller, James Johnson, 
Edward Jordan, William Blann, Gregory Anderson, Horace Howell, Charles 
Reamon, Mike Royalle, Willis Redding, Harold Woods, Charles Carrington, 
Alvin Mance, Frank Fink. Third: John Parker, William Mosely, Edmond 



Carrington, Charles Boston, Izell McKenzie, Kenneth Shell. Kirk Battle, 
Theatris Childress, Melvin Cusock, Leroy Hayes, Ernest Hayes, Stanley 
Perry, Marshall Becoat, Charles Minters, Wayne Whye, George Neal, Gary 
Taylor. Fourth: Alvin Scott, Larry Johnson, Harold Jewette, Arnold 
Brownlee, Tommie Majors, Willie Stevens, Anthony Johnson, Kenny 
Johnson, Scott Robinson, Caesar Haye, Michael Harry, Howard Rice, Robert 
Lee, Larry Palmer, Frank Savage, Alex Franklin. 




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Co-Captains of the U.M.E.S. Basketball Team: Robert Kearney and Jackie Bryant. 



Tyrone Johnson — Forward 
Junior 6'4"' 





Thomas Samuels — Center 
Junior 6"5" 



Jackie Bryant — Center 
Senior 6'6" 



Robert Kearney — Guard 
Senior 6'4" 









Talvin Skinner — Forward 
Sophomore 6'5" 



Kirkland Hall— Guard 



Leslie Slanlon — Forward 
Sophomore 6'4" 




William Gordon— Guard 
Sophomore 6'3" 



Rubin Collins — Guard 
Freshman 6'3" 



Robcrl Brown — Guard 
Junior 6'0" 




Michael Casey — Forward 
Freshman 6'4" 



Jackie Bryant scraps for one of his many rebounds. 





Rodney Massey — Forward 
Junior 6'5" 



Robert Kearney insures the "Hawks" with two 
more points. 



Tyrone Johnson burns the net over his 
opponents for two points. 




Robert Kearney scoping out range for two 



Billy Gordon penetrates for two. 




"Trim Slim Bryant" encounters for an easy two. 



The follow-through of "Sweet Shooting" Tyrone Johnson. 




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Standing, left to right; Tyrone Jolinson, Rodney Massey, Leslie Kearney. Kneeling: Tommy Nelson, Mike Casey, William Gordon, 
Stanton. Talvin Skinner, Jackie Bryant, Thomas Samuels, Robert Kirkland Hall, Robert Brown, Mike Dennis, Rubin Collins. 







Mike Dennis — Guard 
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DR. JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 
FORMER PRESIDENT— MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 

1947-1970 



From too much love of living. 
From hope and fear set free, 
We thank with brief Thanksgiving 
Whatever Gods may be 



That no man lives forever, 
That dead men rise up never; 
That even the weariest river 
Winds somewhere safe to sea. 

The Garden of Proserphine 
Algernon Charles Swinburne 




REVEREND 

W. TYCER 

NELSON 

COLLEGE MINISTER 

ASST. PROFESSOR 

OF SOCIOLOGY 

1948-1971 



IN MEMORIAM 



VIOLET J. 

WOOD 

DIRECTOR 

OF 

ADMISSIONS 

1947-1971 




SISTER 
ROSE HODGE 

PRESENTS 

THE 

FRESHMEN 

CLASS 





Rodney Brown 





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Van Butler, Jr. 



Sebastein Collins 



THIS 

IS 

THE 

BEGINNING 





Lynette Davis 





Francis F. Dixon 





Jacqueline A Earl 



Theresa C. Foster 



Yvonne Gooden 



Gloria A. Gumby 




Edward James 




John H. Padjett, Jr. 




Gurdon L Sianle\ 





Fred Tindley 



Peggy Turner 





Paul Wright 




SISTER 
CAROLYN ANDERSON 

PRESENTS 

THE 
SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 





Carol Jackson 





Marvin Jones 



Gwendolyn Kenney 



Gertude Kirkwood 



Velma Layton 




Linda Perry 




Maurice Pinder 



Venson Purnell 



Cedric Roane 




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Wendell Robins 






Vanessa Saunders 



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Talvin Skinner 



Barbara Smith 




Wilhelmina Wedge 



Shirley Whittington 



SISTER 
VALERIE WARD 

PRESENTS 

THE 

JUNIOR 
CLASS 




ili^'TSSilS 



R.I -! 




Lillie Giddens 



Terry Farrington 



Terry Day 



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Monroe Parker 



Larry Penn 



Shirley Perry 



L.iv^rence Pinder 





Charles Reamon 



Sandra Roberts 



Doreen Selby 




THE 

JUNIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 




Herman Sutton 





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Dolores Taylor 



Wanda Taylor 



Linda Tyler 




William S Dubsky 



Gary Wale 









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SISTER 
REGINA ODEN 

PRESENTS 

THE 

SENIOR 
CLASS 




WHO'S WHO AMONG 




RANDOLPH SMITH 




\I \kY VEREEN 






QUADRI ADELEKA 



LOUELLA HULL 



DONALD WHITTINGTON 




SAUNDRA 
MCCLAIN 




HAROLD 
JOHNSON 



SENIOR STUDENT LEADERS 



■ItROME 
ENNELS 





VERONICA 
GERALD 






HARRY WIMBUSH 



JAMES COATS 



MC KINNLEY 
HAYS 




EDWIN 
TURNER 




To Thee, Dear Alma Mater, 
We raise our grateful song, 
For through thy noble teachings 
Thou'st made thy children strong; 
And thousands still shall praise thee. 
All earth shall hear their swell, 
And bind our hearts yet closer j. 

To Thee we love so well. ft 





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We love thy spacious campus, 
We love thy tow'ring halls. 
And hallow'd are the lessons 
We've learn'd within thy walls. 
Stand thou forever glorius, 
FuU-rob'd in living green; 
Shine thou in endless splendor 
Beneath thy trees serene. 



Refrain 

Maryland, Maryland, home of Maroon and Gray 

Maryland, Maryland, thee we will love alway. 

All hail to thee, fair Maryland, 

All Glory be to thee! 

Grow thou in strength and honor 

Through all eternity! 



Words and Music by Daniel Lyman Ridout, Sr. 





NANCY ALLEN 
English 



English Club, Miss Veteran for the Veterans 
Club, Yearbook staff, French Club 



CAROL AMBUSH 
Social Science 

Beta Kappa Chi, Wesley Foundation, Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority, Panhellenic Council, 
Who"s Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities, Student Council, 
Alpha Kappa Mu 



CHARLES W. BAILEY, JR 

Industrial Arts 



Men's Senate, Dragon's Club, Industrial Arts 
Club, Industrial Arts Association 



GLORITA BAILEY 
Business Education 



Phi Beta Lambda, Neighbor Youth Corp 





JOHN A. BORDEN 
History 

Black Awareness Movement, Student 
Government, Men's Senate, Football Team, 
Track Team, Scroller Club, Black Coalition of 
Maryland 



WILLIAM H. BROWN 

Business Administration 

Pan-Hellenic Council, Student Council, Alpha 
Phi Alpha Fraternity, Men's Senate, Sphinx 
Club, Phi Beta Lambda 




JACKIE BRYANT 

Business Administration 

Basketball Squad, Sports Editor, Yearbook, 
Varsity "M" Club, Phi Beta Lambda, Ledger 
Staff 



RALPH R. BUNTING, JR. 
Agriculture Education 



Men's Senate, Alpha Tau Alpha, Future 
Agriculturalist of America 




JAMES COATES 
Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Intramurals, Men's 
Senate, Varsity M Club, Omega Psi Phi Frater- 
nity, Student Council, Panhellenic Council 



Ignorance is not a cure for anything 

Booker T. Washington 

Our ignorance lessens some, not much, as 
difficulties are overcome, yet in the midst of 
clouds only one step beyond. 



JOSEPH COMMANDER 

Physical Education 

Physical Education, Intramurals, Varsity M 
Club, Men's Senate, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, 
Panhellenic Council 



DELORES COOK 

Physical Education 

Miss Junior, Miss Physical Education, Miss 
UMES, Physical Education Club, Intramurals, 
Women's Council, AKA Sorority 





WEBSTER DORSEY, III 

French Club, Sphinx Club, History Club 





ARCHIE DRAPER 

Industrial Arts 



Tau Alpha Upsilon, Men's Senate, Industrial 
Arts Club 



SHIRLEY DRAPER 

Business Education 



Phi Beta Lambda Club, Women's Council, 
Ledger Staff 




EVELYN DUCKERY 
Home Economics 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Women's Council, 
Home Economics Club, YWCA 



ERNEST DUPREE 

English 



English Club, Men's Senate 





STEWART ELZEY 

Business Administration 

NAACP, Baseball team, Lampadas Club, 
Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Men's Senate, 
Ledger Staff 




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SYLVIA EVANS 

English 



English Club, Miss English 1971-72, Women's 
Council 



VERONICA GERALD 

English 

President of Women's Council, English Club, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Student 
Government, Association, Black Awareness 
Movement, Panhellenic Council 




JEROME ENNELS 
Social Science 

Tau Alpha Upsilon, Men's Senate, Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities, Tau Alpha Epsilon Fraternity 



ELENORA EVANS 
Physical Education 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Women's Council, 
Physical Education Club, YWCA, Cheerleader, 
Black Awareness Movement, Panhellenic 
Council 






Our days, our deeds all we 




Achieve or are, lay folded in 




Our infancy . . . 




—John Townsend Tro 


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ANTHONY GIDDENS 

Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Men's Senate, Kappa 
Alpha Psi Fraternity 





JACQUELINE GILL 
Business Education 

Cheerleader, Yearbooi^ Staff, Miss Sophomore, 
1969, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Phi Beta 
Lambda, Women's Council, Ledger Staff 



SHIRLEY GRIFFIN 



Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Women's Coun- 
cil, YWCA, Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda 




MC KINLEY HAYES 
Physical Education 

Physical Education Club, Kappa Alpha Psi, 
Men's Senate, Panhellenic Council 



ISAAC HAYWARD 

Agriculture Education 

ROTC, Men's Senate, Future Agriculturalist of 
America, Sweetheart of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 
Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities, Beta Kappa Chi, 
Alpha Kappa Mu 





RUSSELL HAYWARD, II 
Music Education 

Band (Marching, Concert, Jazz), Scroller Club, 
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Panhellenic 
Council 



MICHAEL HOY 

Business Administration 

PanHellenic Council, Band (Marching, 
Concert, Jazz), Gospel Chorus, Clefters, Kappa 
Alpha Psi, Men's Senate, Phi Beta Lambda, 
Advanced AFROTC. Ledger Staff, Who's Who 
Among American Fraternities and Sororities, 
NAACP 



SHARON HEWITT - 

Business Administration 



Women's Council, YWCA, Ledger Staff, Ph 
Beta Lambda 



LUELLA HULL 
Home Economics 

Women's Council, YWCA President, Home 
Economics Club. State President of Collegiate 
Chapter of Home Economics Assoc, of Md., 
Who's Who in American Colleges & Univer- 
sities. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Alpha Kap- 
pa Mu 






HAROLD L. JOHNSON 

Business Administration 

Varsity Basketball, Editor of Ledger 
Newspaper, Black Awareness Movement, Presi- 
dent of Student Government Association, Alpha 
Phi Omega, Men's Senate 



JOANNE JOHNSON 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Ivy Leaf Club, 
Miss Football '71, YWCA, Women's Council, 
Student-Faculty Committee, Associate Editor 
of Yearbook, Editor of Homecoming Program, 
Student Council 





LESLIE JOHNSON 
Physical Education 

Women's Council, Physical Education Club, 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Miss AKA, 
Student Government Association 



JOHN JONES 
Art 

Art Club, Band, Wesley Foundation, Men's 
Senate, International Club, Cleffers (UMES 
Choir) Track team. Sphinx Pledge Club 

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WILLIAM MCCRAY JOHNSON 
Biology 

Future Agriculturist of America. YMCA, 
Men's Senate, Beta Kappa Chi Scientific 
Society, Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor 
Society, American Farmer Degree (FFA), 
Who's Who in American College and Univer- 
sities, Outstanding Biology Student, 1968, 1969 



EVANS KEMP 
Social Science 

Alpha Phi Omega, Kappa Alpha Psi, Student 
Government, Dormitory Representative, Men's 
Senate, Delta Sigma Theta Sweetheart, Scroller 
Club 




MARTIN LAMKIN 

Men's Senate, Band (Marching, Jazz, Concert) 



DIANE LANE 
Sociology 

President of Pyramid Club, Women's Council, 
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, English Club, 
Student Government Association, YWCA, Stu- 
dent Dormitory Counselor, Library Assistant, 
Senior Representative to UMES Senate, Alpha 
Kappa Mu National Honor Society, Quette of 
Omega Psi Phi. 







HENRY LEWIS 
Music 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Men's Senate, 
Choir, Jazz Ensemble, Marching Band 



DWIGHT MACK 

Sociology 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Men's Senate, 
Choir, University Band 





VIRGIE MASON 
English 



English Club, Women's Council 



REUBEN MATHEWS 
Industrial Arts 



Tau Alpha Epsilon, Men's Senate, Track Team 



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CLEASTER SAUNDRA MCCLAIN 
Business Education 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, (President), Phi 
Beta Lambda, Women's Council, Pyramid 
Club, YWCA, Yearbook Staff, Ledger Staff 



WILLARD MCCULLOUGH 
Sociology 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Men's Senate, 
YMCA, University Band, Young Jazz Society 








ORLANDO MC ELROY 
Music Education 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Drum major in 
UMES band. Pan Hellenic Council. UMES 
Choir, Jazz Band, Men's Senate, Intramural 
Sports. 



LESLIE A. MOBRAY 
Social Science 

History Club, French Club. Yearbook Staff, 
Sweetheart of Gamma Sigma Sigma, Men's 
Senate 





MAURICE NORFLEET 
Music Education 



Jazz Band, Marching Band, Choir, Men's 
Senate, Library Assistant, Scroller Club 



REGINA ODEN 
Home Economics 



Home Economics Club, Women's Council, 
YWCA, Miss Senior 





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DOUGLAS M. PARKER 

Agriculture Education 



REWARD DAVID PITTS 
Industrial Arts 

Industrial Art Club. Art Club, Basketball 
Team, Football Team. International Club. 
Yearbook Staff. Kappa Alpha Fraternity. 
Men's Senate, "M" Club 



TOMMY OWENS 
Art Education 

Varsity Football. Art Club. Who's Who, In- 
tramural Sports, Art Exhibits. Student 
Government 



ALLEN JAMES PAIGE 



English 



English Club. Men's Senate. Committee for 
Academic Affairs 



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MARBURY WILSON PERDUE 

Agriculture Education 

Men's Senate. Vice President of Alpha Tau 
Alpha. ATA Charter Member. Delegate to 
National Alpha Tau Alpha Conclave, Future 
Agriculturalist 




RICARDO QUEEN 
Sociology 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Alpha Kappa 
Alpha Sweetheart, Men's Senate, English Club 



LANNIE SEYMOUR 
Social Science 

Men's Senate, Who's Who in American 
Colleges, Tau Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, Alpha 
Kappa Mu National Honor Society 




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RAYMOND SHOWELL 

Art Education 



Alpha Rho Tau, Art Club, Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity, Men's Senate, Ivy Sweetheart 



LARRY SLAUGHTER 
Industrial Arts Education 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Band, Student 
Council, Industrial Arts Club 



DONALD SMITH 

Industrial Arts 

Alpha Phi Alpha, Men's Senate, YMCA, Alpha 
Kappa Mu National Honor Society 




. . . THEY ARE THE BOOKS, THE 
ARTS, THE ACADEMES, THAT 
SHOW, CONTAIN, AND NOURISH 
ALL THE WORLD. 

William Shakespeare 







RANDOLPH SMITH 
Art Education 

President of the Senior Class, Men's Senate, 
Art Club, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Student 
Council, YMCA, Who's Who Among Students 
in American Colleges and Universities 



ELIZABETH SMITH 

Physical Education 

Women's Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororit- 
y. Physical Education Club 



STEPHEN SMITH 
Agriculture Education 

Future Agriculturists of America (Secretary), 
Alpha Tau Alpha (Secretary and Reporter), 
Men's Senate, ROTC, Student Teacher Trainee 



HARRY TAYLOR 

Business Administration 

Men's Senate, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, 
Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda, YMCA, Stu- 
dent Government 






JOSEPH THOMAS 
English 

English Club, Men's Senate, International 
Cluh, Panhellenic Council, Sphinx Pledge Club 








GEORGE WEBSTER 
Agriculture Education 

Future Agriculturalists of America, Alpha Tau 
Alpha, III and IV — President Charter Member, 
FFA. AFROTC— Captain, Men's Senate 



DONALD WESLEY 
Physical Education 



Physical Education Club, Football Team, 
Men's Senate, M Club, Student Government 



EDWIN TURNER 
Social Science 



French Club, Men's Senate, Tau Alpha Epsilon, 
Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities 



Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Wesley 
Foundation, Choir, YMCA, Women's Council 





DONALD WHITTINGTON 
Business Education 

Men's Senate, Phi Beta Lambda, Yearbook 
Staff 1968-69— Assistant Layout editor. Ledger 
Staff 1968-69— Layout Editor and Typist. 
Yearbook staff 1969-70 — Associate Editor, 
Coordinator — Ledger Staff, Homecoming 
Committee, Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook 
Staff— 1970-71 and 1971-72, Editor-in-Chief of 
Ledger Staff (Business Department paper). 
Member of Alpha-Rio-Tye (Art Club) Service 
Sweetheart of Omicron Club, Member of 
African Dance Troop (Homecoming), 
Sweetheart of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 
Sweetheart of Gamma Sigma Sigma Service 
Sorority, Student Assistant to Food Service 
Director 
HARRY WIMBUSH 

Business Administration 

Men's Senate, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, 
Student Council, Young Men's Christian 
Association, Panhellenic Council, Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and 
Universities, Ledger Staff, Phi Beta Lambda. 





NAME: 

ADDRESS: 
CITY: 



MAJOR: 



STATE: 



SPECIAL INFORMATION: 



AUTOGRAPHS 




AUTOGRAPHS 





I Chiiriicler is what emerges from all the 
little things you were too buss to do 
yesterday, but did anyway. 




THE 
EDITOR 
SPEAKS 




At 1-a-s-t we have completed this edition of "The 1972 Hajivaie". This book is the product of much of our time, effort, and talent. 
It also shows many hours of generously volunteered work by the staff and extra special care by our publishers. The Staff has 
undertaken this task of producing a yearbook with a cheerfulness and dedication that is seldom credited to our generation. Their 
efforts are largely unsung until the day that this book arrives, yet their work comprises the only permanent record of this year and 
will remain a tribute to their efforts. During this past year, the "Hajivaie" staff has been aided bs numerous interested 
individuals. First, Mrs. Dorothy Waters, our advisor, whose unflagging interest has been most appreciated, as were the IBM lists 
used by our staff that were provided by Mr. Samual Hutchins. Second, We would like to thank the members at Inter-Collegiate 
Press for being so patient and for producing our late edition of the Yearbook. Third, We would like to thank Mr. Thomas Wiles 
for the wonderful work that he did on takmg the pictures for the book. In the line of student help, we would like to gi\e thanks to 
the New members who joined the staff and special thanks to a few of the old ones who did more than their share, these people are 
Rose Hodge. Mary Anne Holland, Gwen Parker and Velma Layton. Miss "Hajivaie" Ernestine Hawkins is to be commended 
for her diligent attention to our yearbook and personal efforts that she put in the completion of the yearbook. Last but not least, 
we would like to thank Mr. Dowery, Dean of Student Affairs, whose patience with the Editor's numerous requests for impossible 
pictures has been remarkable and whose unending willingness to carry, lift, pick up, advise, and generally offer moral support to 
the Editor and the entire staff has helped the book to become a reality. To all of those who have had a part in the production of 
the 1972 "Hajivaie" i would like to express m\ appreciation not only for their hard and efficient work but also for their loyalty 
and the generous gift of their "spare time". It has been a pleasure to work with all of them. 

Look closely at our past, then go with us into the future, realizing as we do that gone are the yesterdays but the sun dawns on a 
new loniorrow. 

Donald L. Whittington, Editor-in-Chief 



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